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1 In 3 Out Bluetooth Splitter,3.5mm Wired Wireless Stereo Audio Adapte,Compatible with Mobile Phones, Tablets, Notebooks,for Listening to Music, Watching Movies, Playing Games

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You can connect many Bluetooth headphone pairs to a single audio source using a Bluetooth headphone splitter. Also, we own a headphone splitter, but using wired headphones is inconvenient since cords make running difficult. My girlfriend wants to join me (jog with me and have her own headphones listening to the same audio). At AV-Connection, we are proud to be able to present In-acoustics as a cable brand in our range, where we believe it can be a good supplement to, among other things. This amount includes seller specified domestic postage charges as well as applicable international postage, dispatch, and other fees.

Ease of connection: We started by pairing, or attempting to pair, a set of headphones with each transmitter. The transmitter passes audio through to a soundbar (or other external speakers), and you can broadcast the Bluetooth signal while also listening from your TV. Thanks to the AptX HD Codec, you can listen to high-quality HD Audio output if the connected headphones are AptX-HD Compatible. simply plug in your headphones and theirs into the splitter to convert the audio into two headphones at once. Just connect it to your TV via the headphone socket, optical out or composite audio out and it can transmit audio wirelessly to your and your partner's headphones in wired quality, without the need for a splitter or trailing wires.Two connection modes, strong compatibility: Wireless Bluetooth connection mode (mobile phones, tablets, notebooks); Audio cable connection mode (computers, TV).

It’s not obvious when you have things in pairing mode, nor when you get that second set of headphones connected, unless you’re closely following the manual. By long-pressing the volume slider on the screen, you can control the volume of each set of headphones independently.

We did not notice any major latency, but if you’re sensitive to lip-sync issues, you might check out the FiiO BTR3K, which supports aptX Low Latency but is less intuitive to use overall. After that, you’ll adjust the volume as necessary while pairing your Bluetooth headphones with the splitter. The good news is that you can use simple hardware tools or tweak your PC’s settings to solve this problem. Instead of connecting your headphones directly to your source, you plug them into this small adapter, which is battery powered and generally the size of a USB stick (or smaller).

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